Future of the Environment

Climate change is an infrastructure problem – map of electric vehicle chargers shows one reason why

Experts argue that climate change is an infrastructure problem. Image: Unsplash/Michael Fousert

Paul N. Edwards

William J. Perry Fellow in International Security, Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University

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More electric vehicle charging stations are needed in rural areas. Image: The Conversation

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